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The candidate ID number is a system generated number that is assigned at registration SCORE RECIPIENTS REQUESTED This section indicates all score recipients you selected during registration In order for your score to be sent to a state teacher crede

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Interpreting Your Praxis® Test Taker Score Report Your score report contains important information about your Praxis® test score. To help you use this information eectively, SECTION I 1 The test name your score refers to. 2 Your test score and how it compares to the middle 50 percent (average performance range) of test takers who took this test. 3 Indicates whether you passed or failed the test on your most recent attempt and shows the schools and state agencies that your score was sent to. The plus sign after pass/fail means the score was automatically reported to a state agency. Test Taker Score Report SECTION II This section shows your highest test scores from the Praxis tests you have taken in the past 10 years and your overall passing status (for score recipients selected for your most recent tests). 1 The institution that received your score. 2 The test you took , your highest score on the test, the required minimum score that the state has set (if applicable), the score needed to pass the test as set by the state, whether the score was reported , whether you passed the test and the test date . 3 The state agency to which your score was sent. Test Taker Score Report SECTION III This section shows your score for each content category on each test you have taken. 1 The test name and each content category on the test. 2 The number of questions you answered correctly within each content category. 3 The average range of scores earned by the middle 50 percent of test takers. By using your raw score, you can compare how well you did versus the average range of test takers who took this test. Copyright © 2017 by Educational Testing Service. All rights reserved. ETS, the ETS logo, MEASURING THE POWER OF LEARNING and PRAXIS are registered trademarks of Educational Testing Service (ETS). 38161